Recent commercial real estate transactions
91 Bruckner Boulevard and 402-406 East 134th Street (at Willis Avenue)
These two one-story commercial buildings in the Mott Haven neighborhood are located on separate but connected lots and each has one unit. The 14,500 square foot building at 91 Bruckner Boulevard was constructed in 1927, and the 10,000 square foot building at 402-406 East 134th Street was constructed in 1990. Both were delivered vacant.
Buyer: Anshel Fridman of 91 Bruckner Blvd LLC
Seller: Jeffrey Fiedler of Jescan Realty
Broker: Michael Saidian of Capital Property Partners
10 Fifth Avenue (at West Eighth Street)
Built in 1849 by Henry Brevoort as a single-family mansion, this five-story, 12,648-square-foot building in Greenwich Village consists of 14 apartments – a studio, 10-bedroom and three-bedroom, all occupied – and three of the local commercial, occupied by Le Pain Quotidien, a cafe and a Covid-19 testing provider.
Buyer: REDA 10 Fifth
Seller: Reference real estate group
Broker: Michael J. Ferrara of Brax Realty
29 Brooklyn Avenue (between Herkimer Street and Atlantic Avenue)
126 Herkimer Street (between Nostrand and New York Avenues)
These two buildings in Bedford-Stuyvesant, built in 1910, are two blocks apart and are being sold together. The five-story, 15,440-square-foot building at 29 Brooklyn Avenue has 20 apartments: 11 two-bedroom and nine three-bedroom; six of the apartments are at stabilized rents, two at controlled rents and two are vacant. The four-story, 10,508-square-foot building at 126 Herkimer Street has 13 apartments: one one-bedroom, 11 two-bedroom and one three-bedroom. Two apartments are vacant and two are rent-stabilized.
Sellers: 126 Herkimer residences and 29 Brooklyn residences
Brokers: Alpha Realty’s Lev Mavashev and Daniel Aminov